Parent Involvement

Posted Jan. 16, 2018

3 Ways You Can Make an Impact on Your Kid’s School

The definition of “power” is the ability to act. Many times the word can be intimidating. I want you to stop and think of all the…

By Melissa Albarenga

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Posted Jan. 10, 2018

Here’s How Education Reformers Can Up Our Game in 2018

Let’s face it: 2017 was a really rough year for education, and all things political. So 2018 leaves us ample room to up our game—as…

By Tracy Dell’Angela

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Posted Jan. 10, 2018

10 Ways to Give Your Child With Special Needs a Head Start

Since having a child diagnosed with special needs, I’ve learned so much about navigating the special-education process. First thing: the special education system is a hot mess—even for…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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Posted Jan. 8, 2018

6 Ways You Can Keep Your Students Digitally Literate

Pop quiz: what does it mean to be “literate?” If you answered, “Knowing how to read and write,” you wouldn’t be wrong—that’s one of the…

By Megan Kiefer

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Posted Jan. 3, 2018

We Knew the School Wasn’t Working for Our Kids So We Fixed It

There is something oddly beautiful about realizing that something isn’t right with education in your community. I have never been one to shine light on…

By Lamont Douglas

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Posted Jan. 3, 2018

We Need Parents as Empowered Partners in School Discipline Policies

I struggle a lot when meeting with parents this time of the year. I always have. I cringe in meetings when parents tell their children…

By Ashe Jones

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Posted Jan. 2, 2018

She Goes Into Battle Every Day to Fight for Better, Safer Schools in Connecticut

There is a warrior for children in Connecticut who battles day after day, year after year, on their behalf. She fights for better schools. She…

By Erika Sanzi

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Posted Dec. 22, 2017

Got Questions About Education Reform? I’ve Heard Them All.

As I travel around the country on a 24-city book tour, giving talks and meeting with education reform leaders and activists, I get a lot…

By David Osborne

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Posted Dec. 15, 2017

I’m a Fierce Advocate for Educational Equity. And Then I Had My Own Kid.

For years, I have experienced the world of education through the role of a teacher. I’ve engaged in discussions about fair funding formulas and school…

By Zachary Wright 

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Posted Dec. 15, 2017

I’m a Black Woman and I Don’t Want Your ‘Thank You’

It seemed like all of America voted in Alabama’s Senate election this week. Everyone had something to say about the decades-old Republican seat up for…

By Vesia Wilson-Hawkins

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Posted Jan. 15, 2018

It’s Time to Stop Dreaming and Wake Up

An interesting phrase, with an equally interesting hashtag, has started to go around: #StayWoke. This phrase was especially present during the Women’s March after the…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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Posted Jan. 12, 2018

My Grandmother Who Escaped Nazis Told Me to Always Speak Up. So, I’m Calling Out Racist Teachers.

My grandmother escaped the Nazis three days before they invaded Prague while much of her family did not. En route to America she and her…

By Mike Friedberg

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Posted Jan. 11, 2018

Education Is a Civil Rights Issue. Sorry, Not Sorry.

I’m just going to go ahead and say it: School reform is a civil rights issue, and it’s one that I can’t be moderate about.…

By Garris Landon Stroud

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